7/21/2017

Sløtface Drop Album Cut “Pitted” w/ Alternative Press, Debut LP Out Sept 15

Sløtface 
 
New Album Cut “Pitted” Revealed with Alternative Press

Debut Album Try Not To Freak Out  
Drops September 15 on Propeller Recordings

 
" ...the band nails down flaming guitar riffs over a fluid bass line, topped with the playful vocals of lead singer Haley Shea." – FADER

"Sløtface are looking to take down the patriarchy one slimy piece at a time through their punk-infused rock songs. [...] Like the Scandinavian version of Sleater-Kinney, Sløtface deal out pointed guitar work and jarring melodies with a feminist fire." – Consequence of Sound

“Their sound embraces the fierce, satisfying aggression of punk and hardcore and the foot-tapping, bounce-around vigor of pop.” – Interview Magazine

“Norwegian band aiming to make moshing safe for women and create the most joyous punk ditties you’ve heard since the 90s” – The Guardian

 
Norway's Sløtface are poised to take over summertime soundwaves both in the US and abroad with the release of their highly anticipated debut album Try Not To Freak Out September 15 via Propeller Recordings. With accolades from FADERCNNVICE’s NoiseyConsequence of Sound, Paste Magazine,BrooklynVeganNYLON and many more for breakout tracks “Magazine” and “Nancy Drew,” the band had revealed the blistering pop punk anthem “Pitted” with Alternative Press today. “Pitted” is a tough-hearted caper and brilliant introvert’s anthem about not wanting to go out, but having the greatest night when you do.

Try Not To Freak Out is a massive rock record - one that weds their behemoth pop exuberance with epic punk chops. Guitars gleam, choruses soar, and Halvard’s racing drums exude pure adrenaline. Haley’s forceful, firework-spitting punk slices through you with an immediacy and confidence of someone several records in. Her lyrics aren’t explicitly gendered, but she transcends indie rock bravado and self-pity, instead aiming to dismantle the patriarchal structures that hurt society and block progress. Whether it’s a love song from an unexpected perspective or a critique on power and ego, the foursome’s message and undeniably catchy riffs have inspired critics and fans across the globe.

2016 was a sensational year for Sløtface - clocking up more than 6000 plays across international radio, including weekly spins from Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart on BBC Radio 1 and a playlist add at triple j in Australia. The band will play a handful of European summer festivals and aim to return to the US later this year. Full list of tour dates HERE. Stay tuned for opportunities to experience the band live in the US and for more news on Sløtface coming soon!



Photo credit: Martin Høye
 
Pre-Order Try Not To Freak Out Here

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